A2 continuing to happen or continuing to be done还，还是；仍然，依旧
My visa still hasn't come through.
This shirt still feels a bit damp.
I was still writing away when the exam finished.
Is the party still on for tomorrow?
There's still lots of food on your plate.
B1 despite that尽管那样，尽管如此
Admittedly, I could have tried harder but I still don't think all this criticism is fair.
I've been carting these letters around with me all week, and I still haven't posted them.
Dad might be nearly 90 but he's still young at heart.
With all her faults, she's still a really good friend.
I've read the instructions twice and I'm still none the wiser.
B2 to an even greater degree or in an even greater amount（程度或数量）还要，更加
Costs are likely to rise still higher.
The death toll is set to rise still further.
I could call in and see you or, better still, you could come round here.
He stands to lose a lot of money and, worse still, his job.
Still more people are queueing up to sign the book.
B2 staying in the same position; not moving静止的；不动的，安静的
B1 mainly UK A still drink is one that is not fizzy (= with bubbles)（饮料）不含碳酸气的，不起泡的
She can't sit still for two minutes.
She was so still that I thought she was asleep.
There wasn't a breath of wind and the leaves were all still.
He wouldn't stand still long enough for me to take his picture.
Children can't sit still for long without fidgeting.
to make something stop moving or become more calm使静止；使平静，使安静